Social Architecture: Argyle St.
A critical exploration of urban space exploring how space & place intersect with memory & justice. What is the "social architecture" that holds communities together? How does memory define a place? Why do places built by immigrants and refugees matter? And why do urban planners seem intent on repeating mistakes vs. successes? Explore this gentrifying, queer, and diverse melting pot - and its countless stories. Soak in its culture - before it's erased for good.